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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Nada Brahma 

Nada Brahma

"Scientists have only recently learned that the particles of an oxygen atom vibrate in a major key and that blades of grass "sing.'” 
                                                                (Amazon review)

In the forest
there was a note
and then an echo.

The unseen listener
an invisible music

What shimmered
through the trees
had no beginning
or measurable source.

Yet it was everywhere,
celestial tones,
the unstruck sound,
nada brahma,
the beginning.

Dorothy Walters
April 19, 2017

Scientists today realize everything that exists is energy in movement, or vibration, and that each vibration has its own sound, color, and visual pattern. When the vibration is slow enough we perceive it as our material world.

"Nada" is a Sanskrit term for sound.  "Brahma" is the name of god.  Thus Nada Brahma is the sound of God or God is Sound.

Here is the reference for a major book on this topic (from Amazon):
The World Is Sound: Nada Brahma: Music and the Landscape of Consciousness 
by Joachim-Ernst Berendt  (Author), Helmut Bredigkeit (Translator), Fritjof Capra (Foreword)

I highly recommend it.

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